We seek a limited number of student volunteers for the 2013 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. In exchange for one full day's work, student volunteers receive free registration to the main conference (although not to the tutorials and workshops). The work will be divided, probably into two half-day shifts, and the shifts will be scheduled to maximize volunteer access to the conference events. Tasks will include assisting at the registration desk, stuffing delegate packs, and providing technical assistance for conference events including tutorials, the main conference, and workshops.

Application deadline: April 22, 2013

Notification of acceptance: May 10, 2013

Student Travel Awards

A small amount of funding is also available to assist student participants both with travel to Atlanta, GA for NAACL-HLT 2013, as well as with conference expenses (such as housing, local transportation to/from airport, conference registration of non-main session events, reasonable food costs, etc.)

All students are welcome to apply. The applicants must agree to participate in the NAACL-HLT 2013 Student Volunteer Program. Please note that Student Travel Awards are to subsidize student authors' participation in NAACL-HLT, and are not intended to cover all travel expenses.

Application deadline: April 22, 2013

Notification of awards: May 10, 2013

This funding is possible thanks to a grant from Google.

Submission procedure

To apply for either or both of the Student Volunteer Program and/or a Student Travel Grant, please fill out this grant application form

All Student Travel Award recipients who are not selected for the Student Volunteer Program must register for the conference and pay at the student rates. All Student Volunteer Award recipients must also register for the conference, selecting "I am a Student Volunteer" in the main conference section.

Students will be reimbursed by the office manager, Priscilla Rasmussen, after the conference and upon providing original receipts and an accounting of the requested funding (i.e., a business expense report).